“Many galaxies we see through telescopes such as the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, the source of this beautiful image, look relatively similar: spiraling arms, a glowing center, and a mixture of bright specks of star formation and dark ripples of cosmic dust weaving throughout. This galaxy, a spiral galaxy named NGC 772, is no exception.”; Photo and Caption by the Hubble Space Telescope and NASA

A Futuristic Telescope that Could Explain Our Past

Even if you didn’t know it, you’ve probably had an interaction with NASA’s Hubble Telescope. Photos like the ones below are famous worldwide and explain never-before-seen astronomy phenomena. Do you recognize any?  Photos taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope via smithsonianmag.com Check out some of the Hubble Telescope’s most...

Regenerative Earth Summit- Boulder 2019

Eco18 recently attended the third Regenerative Earth Summit: SOIL + WATER + CLIMATE, joining global leaders in Boulder, Colorado to learn how they are tackling climate change and the health of the planet through the power of commerce and collaboration. Produced by At the Epicenter, the event was an...

Happy World Habitat Day!

Happy World Habitat Day, my fellow eco-friendlies! Today, across the world, the leading minds of sustainability will be discussing how exactly “innovative frontier technologies” can contribute to the efficiency of waste management worldwide. In 1985, the United Nations designated the first October Monday of each year to...

Germany’s Waste Innovation

According to reports released from the United Nation’s climate science body, we only have 12 years to make monumental changes to our global emissions in order to limit global warming. If we don’t make these changes, the world will suffer in a variety of ways...